First Friday: Robert Birbeck “Great Novelist Portraits”
The Pember Library and Museum is proud to host Vermont artist Robert Birbeck for its February First Friday and month long collaborative exhibit at the Library.  Opening on Friday, February 5 at 7 pm, the solo show will display hand drawn pencil portraits of all 75 authors on the Modern Library 100 Best Novels
First Friday
Granville’s First Friday at the Museums will be in conjunction with the Village’s Tree Lighting Ceremony, Santa in the Park, Airborne Luminaries to light up the sky, lighted holiday displays & hot chocolate, cookies, and roasted marshmallows in the park! This year’s theme is “The Polar Express.” The Pember will host the work of nearly 20
2014 Pember Festival of Wreaths
Pember_Festival_of_Wreaths_Guidelines_2014-1 Pember_Festival_of_Wreaths_Registration_Form Thank you so much for your interest in participating in our First Annual Pember Festival of Wreaths! In collaboration with the Slate Valley Museum’s popular “Festival of Trees,” the Pember is pleased to announce our first annual “Festival of Wreaths!” Please read the following before completing your Festival of Wreaths Registration Form. By submitting your Registration
First Friday
Precious Objects –Books into Art May’s First Friday FREE EVENT First Friday at The Pember in Granville will feature artists of the Salem Arts Works on the theme of books into art. Recycled paper, covers and bindings as mediums of transformation in newly inspired creations – displayed in the appropriate setting of the library. Each of the
March First Friday
Portrait Madness At March First Friday 7-9 PM, Friday, March 7 FREE EVENT Profile – front and center! Lights, camera, paintbrush! First Friday at The Pember in Granville will be portrait time, with painted and photographic portraits of artists Gigi Zeitler and George Bouret on display. Be sure to smile and bring your best face… Oil portrait artist Gigi Zeitler
First Friday November 2010
Our featured artists, Beth Elam, Tony Mesaric and Bob Dienst. Their work is still on display at  the Pember. Beth does quilting, Tony works with wood to make bowls, and Bob sculpts in copper.